I, too, am an alternate energy nut. I think alternate energy is one of the greatest opportunities this country has seen in a century. I would like to know what the putput of your spin cells is, and what they cost. What is the payback period? I aim for paybacks of three years or less. See my book “Re-Volt!” (Amazon or Barnes and Noble)which is also an e-book. I am writing a sequel (New Energy),and would like to include your spin cells.
January 30, 2013 at 11:42 am
Well that’s great Jeremy, the more energy-conscious people out there, the better
As far as details go, I’m pretty much limited by my sources and none of them address their cost or the payback period. I CAN say that there’s already over 4 gigawatts worth of interest in them, so a LOT of investors must be able to afford them.
And I have no direct affiliation to V3Solar or the Spin Cell whatsoever, but I think it would be great to include them in your work. Best of luck Jeremy, thank you for the feedback
January 30, 2013 at 1:46 pm
Does anyone remember a company called Solera? They too had the answer to produce more energy out of the same silicon wafers. Moving parts always add complications and how much energy drives the motor that turns the heavy appearing solar panel array? One would presume the solar panels drive a DC motor but how much of the increased solar production is consumed turning the solar panels.
January 31, 2013 at 11:01 pm
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